Anonymous said: It's 3a.m late, hard to find sleep when there is so much to read (infos, interviews and videos) on your excellent blog about "Hawaii" and "Plan B" !!! I've watched them recently and now I became obsessed of both of them ! (and Manuel Vignau, haha !) I never thought about finding this much info !!! Thank you, thank you, thank YOU alot for your hard work !!! I really wish to see a sequel for both of the film... oh well ^^ (I would like to recommend you the movie "Pit Stop" if you already see it)
I know the feeling! I spent several months obsessing over these films. I’m glad you found this blog! :D
And yes, I’d love it if there were sequels. To both films! Then again, sequels are rarely good, unless they were planned from the get-go. And it’s always best to leave when you’re on top, isn’t it?
I have seen Pit Stop, but found it a little disappointing, to be honest. It was OK, but it didn’t leave any lasting impression.
Anonymous said: Not a question, just a comment . I've found 'Plan B' by accident and got obssesed with it. It's a favorite of mine. Just recently got to watch Hawaii and I love it as well. In general I don't like to rematch anything. These two movies from Marco Berger (and an Israeli movie called Eyes Wide Open ) make my list. Thanks for your blog, it has so much information that feeds my obsession.
Oh, I completely agree! There really aren’t many movies which you can and NEED to watch over and over. Plan B was a film I had to rewatch almost immediately after I saw it the first time. And then I couldn’t stop!
I found these films by a happy accident too - maybe that makes for an even better experience, seeing as you don’t have any expectations and you just get happily surprised by everything. (For the record: I like Eyes Wide Open too - but not as much as Hawaii and Plan B.)
I’m glad you enjoy the blog! :)